Bedford Free Public Library
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730
Home of the Bedford Flag
The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet John
Page in 1737 by King George U of England, was
carried by his son, Nathaniel, who fought with the
Bedford Minutemen at the Battle of Concord
Bridge, April 19, 1775
The Class of 1974 dedicates its yearbook to Mrs. Lemerise in
appreciation for the guidance and direction she has given us
as ciass advisor.
SENIOR DIRECTORY 41
IN REMEMBRANCE OF MARK E. FALLS
"Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I
would still plant my apple tree."
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
PRESIDENT SANDRA WASSON
VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM HENNRIKUS
SECRETARY MAUREEN McAULIFFE
TREASURER MARY MASKALENKO
lANIS M. ALESSI
If a good deed I may do, If a kind-
ness I may show. To a suffering
fellow man, let me do it while I
can. For I shall not pass this way
MAURICE LINWOOD ALLEY
If you live your life through Jesus
Christ, you'll find the world a
happier place to be part of.
, Thanks to A.F.S., who opened
all my doors . Thanks to you,
who gave me your friendship
Thanks to all of you in whom I've
always found a smile! Thanks to
Life is an ever lasting pile of love
and everything is great.
LINDA BANKS SCOTT BARNARD ROBERT BAUDANZA GLYNISBEAN
To him whose elastic and vigorous
thought keeps pace with the sun,
the day is a perpetual morning.
And if it's bad, don't let it get you
down; you can make it, and if it's
sad don't let them see you cry;
you can take it.
I see your face and think of all that
we had, with all the things that
you brought me. Now was it so
bad? Makes me wonder, just like
yesterday you come upon my
mind and take it away.
YOU have the freedom to
be yourself here and now.
Look back at our struggle for
freedom. Trace our present
day's strength to its source and
you'll find that man's pathway
to glory is strewn with the
bones of a horse.
MARY C BRONIKOWSKI
Till the Kossamer thread you
flinn cjtch somewhere, O my
SARA L. BROWN
Life is like a game of tables, the
chances are not in our power,
but the playing is.
jOAN M. BYKOWSKI
Determination is the key to
Happiness is as a butterfly, which,
when pursued, is always just be-
yond your grasp, but which, if you
will sit down quietly, may alight
PAUL RICHARD CHAPPELL
School is like a prison, except they
never let you out on good
DANIEL ANTHONY CHERRO
ARNOLD ). CHURCH
SUSAN E.COOK JOYCE L. COOPER
The wondrous colors of life are Unerring Nature, At once ttie
only seen by those who watch. source, and end, and test of Art. PAMELA L. COSMAN NANCY H.COYNE
DAVID CRAN DELL
Laugh and the class laughs with
you, but you stay after school
SUSAN J. DAWSON
I do my thing and you do your
thing, I am not in this world to live
up to your expectations, and you
are not in this world to live up to
mine. You are you and 1 am I, and
if by chance we find each other
CYNTHIA ANNETTE DARILEK
All mankind are happier for hav-
ing been happy, so that if you
make them happy now, you make
them happy twenty years from
now by the memory of it.
PHILIP R. DEPRIEST
The woods are lovely, dark, and
deep, but I have promises to keep.
And miles to go before I sleep.
And miles to go before I sleep.
ROBERT W. DAVIS
If you think it's a joke, thats al-
right, do what you want to do; I've
said my peace, and I'll leave it all
up to you.
ROLAND MIKE DEVOE
DONNA I. DALRYMPLE
Do not walk in front of me, I am
not a follower. Do not walk be-
hind me I am not a leader. Walk
beside me and I will be your
KELLY MIKE ELIAS
STEVEN N. EMERSON
KATHLEEN A. FARDY
Yesterday is already a dream and
tomorrow is only a vision. But
today makes every yesterday a
dream of happiness and every
tomorrow a vision of hope.
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To make it over the hard times in
life, one must laugh at them.
DIANE G. FUSCHETTl
The world is a comedy to those
who feel and a tragedy to those
RANDALL D. GATES
Hard work is the key to success.
RICHARD A. FRYER
Under majority rule, heads are
counted, under minority rule
heads are cracked. In consist-
ency is the only thing in which
men are consistant.
The sun does not shine for a few
trees and flowers but for the
whole world's joy.
DEBORAH A. CRIEB
There are many roads that I must
take. Many hurts I must substain.
And if I find but one friend to
help me along that lonesome
road, then I'll have been strength-
ened, to go the rest alone.
PATRICIA LYNN GROUND
But on her forehead sits a fire: She
sets her forward countenance
And leaps into the future chance.
Submitting all things to desire.
DYLAN L. HAMILTON
How many tears must one man
shed before he can hear people
Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Heav-
SHARON M. HARMON
Far beneath the outer person,
Lives memories of the past. But
only I have the reason. To make
my memories last.
Hitch your wagon to a star.
LISA K. HARRIS
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JO ANN HENDERSON
When you part from your friend,
you grieve not; For that which you
love most in him may be clearer in
his absence, as the mountain to
the climber is clearer from the
SANDRA LEE HENDERSON
Too often we love things and use
people when we should be loving
people and using things.
WILLIAM L. HENNRIKUS
The dreams of men are fulfilled in
the fruits of their labors.
If ye have faith as a grain of mus-
tard seed, nothing is impossible
SALLY ANN HIRA
Those who dream dreams are will
ing to pay the price to make ther
How tall we are. We've learned
much. Everything, it seems but,
how to stay in touch.
GREGORY F. HURD
One must find the source within
one's own self, one must possess
GEORGE R. HUTCHINSON
Nothing can bring you peace but
yourself. Nothing can bring you
peace but the triumph of
RICHARD R. lOVINO
SUSAN L. KEOHAN
What's done cannot be undone.
DAVID E. KOESTER
I was grateful to be able to answer
promptly, and I did. I said I didn't
I might be movin to Montana
soon. Just to raise me a crop of
Do what you enjoy. Don't worry
about what anybody else thinks
and above all be yourself.
We should strive for success until
we achieve it, and should not fall
until this goal is obtained.
ROBERT D. LONERGAN
AIDA IRIS LOYOLA
Some are born great, some
achieve greatness, and some
have greatness thrust upon
NORMAN R. LOMBARDl
Faith, Hope and Charity; these He who laughs last, doesn't get
three; but the greatest of these is the joke.
GEORGE F. LYNCH
CYNTHIA J. MACNEILL
JILL A. MADDOX
LINDA A. MAJOR
I listen to my words, but they fall
far below. I let my music take me
where my heart wants to go.
MARY P. MASKALENKO
A friend is one who knows you as
you are, understands where
you've been, accepts who you've
become, and still gently invites
you to grow.
MAUREEN M. MCAULIFFE
A man is no fool. Who gives up
what he can not keep to gain what
he cannot lose.
MAUREEN MC HUGH
PETER MC MANUS
And there are those who talk, and
without knowledge or fore-
thought reveal a truth which they
themselves do not understand.
And there are those who have the
truth within them, but they tell it
not in words.
LYNN MIKE MELLO
BETTY A. MELOY
FREDRICK M. MILLER
JANET E. MITCHELL
JOSEPH R. MIZZONI
JAMES E. MONAHAN
If in a single day, I can make the
life of one person a little brighter,
then that day has been a success-
ALEX JOSEPH MONGER
SUZANNE M. MOORE
KATHERINE M. MORGAN
It's going to take some time this
time, No matter what I've
planned. And like the young trees
in the wintertime I'll learn how to
HEIDI ). MUIR
I've seen all the deadhead miles
and the insincere smiles. Some-
times I can laugh and cry and I
can't remember why.
PRISCILLA GINNETTE NEAL
People are like stained glass win-
dows. They sparkle when the sun
is shining bright; but when the
sun goes down their true beauty is
revealed only if there is a light
LAWRENCE J. NESBITT
Be yourself. Who else is better
NATHAN B. NICKERSON
Jesus said, "I am the way," I be-
GRETCHEN M. NOSTROM
Don't put off for tomorrow
what you can do today, be-
cause if you enjoy it today you
can do it again tomorrow.
EMERGY J. NYILAS
J. BLAKE OGDEN
I want freedom, the kind that
they promised to me, just for
living in this country.
KAREN A. O'NEIL
lAMES P. O'ROUKE
You give but little when you
give of your possessions. It is
when you give yourself that
you truly give.
We are placed on earth and
some how given a sense of
responsibility to give life, to
love, and to help others. This is
our credo which we must do to
When you make your mark i
the world, watch out for th
guys with the erasers.
ELIZABETH QUICLEY PAMELA SUE RAABE
To suffer one's death and to be The great man is he who does not
reborn is not easy. lose his child's heart. ROSLYN REED REBECCA A. REILLY
WILLIAM D. RHINE GREGORY ROSINSKI LINDA R. ROSSI DANIEL D. ROTHENBERGER
If your heart is breaking cuz your
dreams not coming true, leave a
little room to start again .
ROBERT D. SCHULTE
And Jesus said, if thou canst be-
lieve, all things are possible to him
DEBRASANTOSUOSSO THOMAS SATKIEWICZ MICHAEL F. SAUNDERS that believeth.
DAVID I. SIMMONS NADINE SIWARSKI KENDALL T. SMITH KEVIN SMITH
School is like a book, it opens and
closes, each chapter brings new
adventures and when the final
page is turned, your story begins .
Thinking is the hardest work there
is, which is the probable reason
why so few engage wit .
DOROTHY ANNE WAGNER
The happiness of life is made
up of minute fractions — the
little, soon forgotten charities
of a kiss of smile, A kind look, a
heartfelt compliment count-
less infinitesimals of pleasure
and genial feeling.
DONALD GARY URQUHART
WILLIAM WAITE JR.
SHARON L. WALKER
Getting hurt comes when I am
acting too nice to risk hurting.
I shall pass this way but once
So any good that I can do or
kindness I can show. Let me do
it now. For I shall never pass
this way again.
SCOTT A. WEYMOUTH
Just open your eyes and realize
the way it's always been. Just open
your mind and you will find the
way it's always been, just open
your heart, and that's a start.
SANDRA G. WITTENAUER
We all cry and laugh, but never for
the same time or for the same
KEITH E. WHITEHEAD
CAROL LEANN WORKMAN
When some sorrow, like a mighty
river. Flows through your life with
peace-destroying power. And
dearest things are swept from
sight forever. Say to your heart
each trying hour: "This, too, shall
All the lonely people where do
they all come from, all the lonely
people where do thy all belong?
Never, for the sake of peace and
quiet; deny your own experience
Sometimes I wish mirrors would
reflect a little before throwing
back an image.
in spite of everything I still be- STEPHEN MAGLIONE
lieve that people are really good
at heart if I look up into the Why take life seriously, when no
heavens, I think that it will all one has ever come out of it alive,
conne right, that this cruelty too anyways?
will end, and that peace and tran-
quillity will return again.
KATHLEEN PORTER JOHN N. ROTHENBERGER BLAISE L. WINTER
Of scenes of nature, fields and
mountains; Of skies, so beauteous
after a storm — and night the
moon so unearthly bright. Shining
own, where we dig the trenches
and gather the heaps, I dream, I
I am so perfect so divine so ether-
eal so surreal, I cannot be com-
prehended except by my permis-
sion. I mean I can fly like a bird in
GREGORY CROSS MARIE L. EARL EMILY COHEN
We are sailing away on a river to
the sea, maybe you and me can
LYNNE S. ARDEN WILLIAM BRADLEY STURGEON
KENDRA ALLEN: Recycling Committee 2; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3;
Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3; Ski Club 2,4.
MAURICE ALLEY: Ski Club 1; Spring Play 1.
ROBERT BAUDANZA: Football 1,3,4; Hockey 1,2.
GLYNIS BEAN: Pep Club 1; Big Brother Big Sister Club 1; Choir 1,
2,3,4; Double Sextet 3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Girls Ensemble 3; Mixed
Ensemble 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Business Staff
VALERIE BEECY: Cheerleading 1,2,3, Captain 4; Varsity Tennis 1,2,
3,4; Class Secretary 2; Citizenship Committee 3,4.
LINDA BEYRAND: Junior Varsity Field Hockey 1.
DOUG BLAKE: Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1.
MELINDA BRADY: Girls Ensemble 2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 2,3,4;
Play Stage Crew; TARS 3; Art Editor 1974 Yearbook; Literary Mag-
DIANE BRAVERMAN: Behale 3; Big Brother Big Sister Club 2;
Softball 1; Physical Fitness Award 3; Outing.
SARA BROWN: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; District 2,3; Musical 2,3,4;
Tournament of Plays 1; National Honor Society 3,4; AFS 4; Soft-
JOAN BYKOWSKI: Girls and Mixed Ensembles 1,2,3,4.
WILLIAM CAIRNS: Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,4; Cross
Country 3,4; TARS 1; Isosceles 4.
HOLLY CHANEY: Citizenship Committee 1; Girls and Mixed En-
PAUL CHAPPELL: Recycling Committee; Outing Club; Certifi-
cate of Merit NEDT Tests; National Honor Society 3,4.
STEVE CLAFLIN: Winter Track 2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Wind
Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; IGI 3,4; Isosceles 3,4.
EMILY COHEN: Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 3,4; Cheerleading 1,2;
Tennis Team 2,3, J.V. Captain 4; AFS 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3;
WILLIAM COLLINS: BEHALE 2; TARS 1,2; Spanish Club 3; Citi-
zenship Committee 4.
JANE COMLEY: BEHALE 3; Outing Club 2.
JOYCE COOPER: TARS 1,2,3,4; AFS Vice-President 3, President 4;
BEHALE 2; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; National Honor
Society 3,4; N.M.S.Q.T. Semifinalist 4.
PAMELA COSMAN: Class Treasurer 1; Girls and Mixed Ensem-
bles 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Soft-
ball 2; Tennis 1 .
MARY ELLEN CUTHBERT: Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics Intramur-
als 3; Girls Diving Team 4; Future Teachers of America 2; Isosceles
2; AFS 3; NEDT Award 2; Art Staff 1974 Yearbook.
DONNA DALRYMPLE: TARS 3,4; AFS 3,4; BEHALE 2; Yearbook
Staff 4; Girls and Mixed Ensembles 1,2,3,4.
SUSAN DAWSON: Field Hockey 1; Pep Club 1; Big Brother Big
Sister Club 1; Girls Ensembles 1,2,; Mixed Ensembles 1,2; Isosceles
LAURA DIEBOLD: Basketball 1; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Ski Club;
Behale Member; Jr. Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society
DENNIS DINSMORE: Spring Track 1,2,3, Captain 4; Cross Coun-
try 2,3, Captain 4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Chess Club; Basketball 1 .
JAMES DINSMORE: Basketball 1; Cross Country 3,4; J.V. Letter 3;
Varsity Letter 4.
THERESA DOOLEY: Basketball 1; Girls Ensemble 1,2; Mixed En-
MARIE EARL: Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3; Cheerleading 3,4;
Legislative Committee 4; National Honor Society Secretary 4.
STEVEN EMERSON: Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4.
ANITA ESKITGIS: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Varsity Field
Hockey Manager 2; Softball 1; Jr. Prom Committee 3; TARS 3,4;
Drama Club 2; Girls Ensemble 2,3; Mixed Ensemble 2,3.
KATHLEEN FARDY: Basketball 1,2,4, Captain 3; Field Hockey 1,2,
3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals Committee 4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,
3; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3; fr. Prom Committee 3; Isosceles 4.
DONNA FAUCHER: Concert Band 1,2,3; Cross Country Track 3,
4; Spring Track 3,4; Big Brother Big Sister Club 1 .
SUSAN FERRERO: Girls Ensemble 1,2,3; BEHALE 3; Ski Club 3,4.
MARGARET FLANAGAN: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 4;
Girls Ensembles 2; Mixed Ensemble 2; Musical 1,2,3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Art Staff 4.
CYNTHiA I OX: Library Club 1; Drama Ciub 3.
SANDY HENDERSON: Ski Team 3; Ski Club 3,4.
Gi.cNUA FOX bf\d 1; Orchestra 2,3; Drama Club 3; School
jAMbS FRaNKEN: Orchestra 1,2,3; Wind Ensemble 4; Choir 4;
Stage Band 1,2; Boy's Ensemble 4; Tournament of Plays 3,4; Big
Broiher Big Sister Club 1,2; Chess Club 3; Rifle Team 3,4; BEHALE
RICHARD FRYER: Conservation Club 1; Outing Club 2; Chess
Club 1,2; Math League 2,3,4.
DIANL FUSCHETTI: Class Secretary 1; Pep Club 1; Business Staff
DIANNE GECKS: Basketball 1; Drama Club 1,2; Spring Play 2;
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,
4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3,4.
SALLY GILMAN: Girls Ensemble 1,2; Mixed Ensemble 1,2; Jr. Var-
sity Basketball 3; Literary Editor Yearbook 4.
ROBIN GOLDMAN: Tars; Orchestra; Choir; Double Sextet 3,4;
National Honor Society 3,4.
KIM GOLONKA: BEHALE 3; Ski Club 2,3,4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3;
Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3.
DEBORA CREENBAUM: Ski Team 2; Choir 2,3,4; Double Sextet 2,
DEBBIE GRIEB: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1,2; Track 3; Pep Club
1,2,3; Buccaneer 2; Big Brother Big Sister Club; Prom Committee
3; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff.
JACQUELINE HAINES: Orchestra; Choir 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4.
MARY HAMILTON: Pep Club 1; Majorettes 2,3, Captain 4; Prom
Committee 3; Girls Ensemble 1; Mixed Ensemble 1; Yearbook
DIANE HANSEN: TARSI.
MARY HARRINGTON: TARS 2,4; Prom Committee 2; Choir 2,3,4;
National Honor Society 3,4.
LISA HARRIS: BEHALE 2; TARS 3,4; AFS 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Bucca-
JO ANN HENDERSON: Student Council 1; Citizenship Commit-
tee 2,3,4; Student Advisory Committee 4; TARS 2,4; Prom Com-
mittee 2; Girls Ensemble 1,2; Mixed Ensemble 1,2; Choir 3,4.
WILLIAM HENNRIKUS: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,
2,3,4; Student Advisory Council 1; Class Vice-President 4; Big
Brother Big Sister Club 3,4; Isosceles Staff 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4;
National Honor Society 3,4.
KAREN HERRMANN: Girls Ensemble 1,2; Mixed Ensemble 1,2;
Pep Club 1 ,2; Ski Club 3,4; Isosceles Staff 4.
SALLY HIRA: Student Advisory Committee 3,4; Isosceles Staff 3,4.
KIM HOSKING: Basketball 1; Cheerleading 1; Volleyball 1; Pep
Club 1,2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 2,3,4; TARS 3,4.
GREGORY HURD: Hockey 2,3,4.
GEORGE HUTCHINSON: Football 1; Track 1,2; Chess Team 3,4;
Chemistry Club 2; Big Brother Big Sister Club; Editor-in-Chief
Isosceles 4; Student Advisory Committee 1; Student Advisory
Committee to School Committee 4; Citizenship Committee 2,3;
National Honor Society 3,4; M.l.T. High School Representative.
SUSAN KEOHAN: TARS 1,3,4; Tournament of Plays 2,3,4.
JAMES KIRK: Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Musi-
cal 1,2,3,4; Boy's Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 1,4.
PHILLIP KONKLE: Ski Team 1; Soccer Team 1,2,3,4; Tennis 4.
WENDY LAVALLEE: TARS 3,4; AFS 3,4; Yearbook Business Staff 4;
Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3,4.
DANIEL LINEHAN: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Hockey 2.
TASS LOMBARDINI: Baseball 1; Football 1,4.
AIDA LOYOLA: Girls and Mixed Ensembles.
JANET LUND: Pep Club 1; Ecology Clubl; Spanish Club 1.
JAMES LUNIG: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4;
Choir 2,3,4; Concert Band 4; Boy's Ensemble 1,2,3,4.
GEORGE LYNCH: Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 1; Hockey.
STEPHEN MAGLIONE: Baseball 1; Basketball 1.
LYNDA MAJOR: Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4;
MARY MASKALENKO: Pep Club 2,3,4; Buccaneer 2,4; FTA 2;
Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Commit-
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Big Brother Big Sister Club 1;
Class Treasurer 4; High School Representative Advisory Commit-
MAUREEN McAULIFFE: Citizenship Committee 1,2,3,4; Student
Advisory Committee 4; Student Council 1; Class Vice-President 1;
Class Secretary 3,4; BEHALE 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4;
Field Hockey 1,2; Swim Team 4; Pep Club 1; Buccaneer 2; Girls
and Mixed Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Double Sextet 3,4;
CHARLENE MEAD: Ski Club 3,4; Big Brother Big Sister Club 4.
JAMES MONAHAN: Football 1; Tennis 3,4; Fall Play 2; Spring Play
2; Tournament of Plays 3,4; Choir 3,4; BEHALE 2; Isosceles 3,4.
SUZANNE MOORE: Basketball 1,2,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Soft-
ball 1,2; Student Court 2; Legislative Committee 3,4; Citizen-
ship Committee 4; BEHALE 3; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed En-
semble 1,2,3,4; Musical 3; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3,4; Spring Play
KATHY MORGAN: Pep Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2;
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3;
Citizenship Committee 4.
ASHLEY MORIN: Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3,4;
Double Sextet 4; Choir 3,4.
LAWRENCE NESBITT: Spring Track 2; Math League 2,3,4.
NATHAN NICKERSON: Soccer 1,2,4; Musical 2,3; Stage Band 1,2,
3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,
JEANNE NINDEL: Girls and Mixed Ensembles; Choir; Concert
Band; Wind Ensemble; Double Sextet; Thespians; TARS; Citizen-
BLAKE OGDEN: Football 2; Soccer 2; Ski Club 3,4; A.V. Club 1,2.
SUSAN OLSON: Girls Ensemble 3; Mixed Ensemble 3; Choir 4;
NANCY ORAM: Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2,3,4;
BEHALE 3; Yearbook Art Staff 4.
SCOTT PAINE: Chess Club; Track 2,3,4.
KATHY PENNEY: Basketball 1,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 3,
4; Girls Ensemble 2; Mixed Ensemble 2; Choir 3,4; Madrigal 4;
Concert Band 2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Double Sextet 3,4; National
Honor Society 3,4.
PATRICIA PEPE: Ski Club 2,3; Outing Club 2; TARS 2; BEHALE 3;
Literary Magazine Staff 2; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Girls Ensem-
ble 1; Mixed Ensemble 1; Madrigal 3,4; Musical 3,4; Orchestra 1,
CAROL PERKINS: Girls and Mixed Ensembles 1,2,4; Literary Mag-
azine Staff 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Art Staff 4.
KEN PFEIFFER: Boy's Ensemble 3,4; Mixed Ensemble 3; Choir 3,4.
ANDREW PROULX: Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Cross
PAMELA RAABE: Drama Club 1 ; Yearbook Business Staff 4.
STEVEN ROHRBERG: Winter Track; National Honor Society 3,4.
LINDA ROSSI: Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,3,4; Ice Hockey Cheer-
leader 3; Cheerleader 4; TARS 1 .
JANET SANDBLOM: Orchestra 1; BEHALE 3.
ROBERT SCHULTE: Soccer 1,2; Winter Track 3; Isosceles 3,4.
NADINE SIWORSKI: Basketball; French Club; Choir.
FELICIA SOREMBE: TARS 4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed En-
PAMELA SOREMBE: Tournament of Plays 1; Creative Writing
Club 1; Literary Magazine Staff 1; Ass't. Literary Editor Yearbook
4; Spanish Honor Society 4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Mixed Ensem-
SALLY SPADARO: Ski Club 1; Cheerleading 1,2,3; Mixed Ensem-
ble 1; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; Advisory Council to School
Committee 4; Regional Advisory Council Representative 4; State
Advisory Councilor 4; Girls State 4; Girls Nation 4; Citizen of the
Month 3; BEHALE 3; Prom Committee 3,4.
CATHY STEPCHEW: Pep Club 1; Student Council 1; Citizenship
Committee 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4.
CLARENCE SUMNER: Wrestling 1; Softball 3; Mixed Ensemble 1;
BRIAN SWALLOW: Rifle Team 1,2,3,4; Biology Club 1; Chess
Club 3; Math League 1,2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Thespi-
ans 2,3,4; Boy's Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; BEHALE 3; Citi-
zenship Committee 4; Student Advisory Council to School Com-
mittee 4; National Honor Society 3,4.
MARC THtOBALD: Ecology Club 1; Citizenship Committee 3;
Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Tournament of Plays 3,4; Spring Play 3; Nation-
al Hooor Society 3,4-
MICHEI.E TRIFIRO; Basketball 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball
2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Isosceles Staff 4.
NiCK VERNUCCI: National Honor Society 3,4.
DOROTHY WAGNER: Choir; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4.
PRISCILLA WALKER; Industrial Arts 1,2; Wood Shop 2.
SHARON WALKER: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Ski
Club; Tennis 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3,4.
JANET WALSH: Majorettes 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4.
SANDRA WASSON: Class Vice-President 3; Class President 4;
Basketball 1; Cheerleading 3,4; Intramural Sports Program 4.
TODD WEBBER: Football 1; Basketball 1,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soc-
cer 2,3,4; Ski Team 2; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Legislative Com-
mittee 4; National Honor Society 3,4.
LORETTA WEHNER: Pep Club; BEHALE 3; TARS 3,4; A.F.S.; Stu-
dent Court 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Art Staff 4.
SCOTT WEYMOUTH: Football 1; Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2,3,4;
Ski Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4.
KEITH WHITEHEAD: Hockey 1; Football 4; Tennis 4; Concert
Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4.
MARK WHITSON: Tennis 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3; Soccer 4; Ski Club
1,2,4; Outing Club 2; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4;
BLAISE WINTER: Intramural Committee 3,4; Recycling Commit-
tee 3; Big Brother Big Sister Club 2,3,4; Band and Ensembles 1,2,3,
4; Math League 2,3; Isosceles 2,3; Literary Magazine Staff 2,3;
Outing Club 2,3; BEHALE 3; Football 1; Baseball 1; Cross-Country
2,3; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4.
SANDY WITTENAUER: Girls Ensemble 2; Mixed Ensemble 2.
LEANN WORKMAN: Basketball 1,3,4; Softball 1,4; Majorettes 3,
4; Mixed Ensemble 1,2; Girls Ensemble 1,2; Citizenship Commit-
tee 3,4; Prom Committee 2,3,4.
Laura Diebold and Doug Blake
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Sally Spadaro and Bill Hennrikus
BEST DRESSED — Patricia Pepe and John Boone
MOST CYNICAL — Philip Depriest
MOST ARTISTIC — Melinda Brady and Brad Sturgeon
Sharon Walker and Bob Baudan^a
Our Buccaneers did their best to defend last year's
championship, but their efforts were in vain. Although
the 1973 football season was plagued with injuries, the
determination, desire, and character of the team re-
Led by tri-captains Mike Elias, Doug Blake, and Steve
Emerson the Buc's finished with a respectable five win
and four loss record. Mike Elias, Bill Pate, and Steve
Emerson were named to the Dual County League All-
Special recognition should be given to Coach Petrillo,
Coach Odams, and Coach Sabourin. They have estab-
lished a winning tradition at Bedford High and it ap-
pears that the tradition is here to stay.
Row /. Robert Baudanza, Steven Emerson, Mike Elias, Doug Blake, Bill Pate, Rick Miller, Keith Whitehead. Row //; Phil
DePriest, John Boone, Doug Tomlinson, Terzo LombardinI, Bill Hennrikus, Peter McManus, James Burrows.
Coach Sabourin and tri-captains Steve Emerson, Mike Elias, and Doug Blake.
1973 BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROSTER
Row I: Marco Alvarez, Mark Moeller, Scott Weymoth co-captain, Todd Webber co-captain, Carl Fricks, Greg Winter, John Underwood. Row //.
Coach Petulia, John Hollenbeck, Brian Sannson, Alan Giesy, Doug Coombs, Mark Whitson, Mark Mathews,-Tom Lane, Jim Lunig, Phil Konkle, Steve
McMahon, Nathan Nickerson, Paul Bradford, Mike Dorey.
VARSITY: Row I: Pam McMahon, Ethel Sullivan, Pam Pate, Maggie Boatright, Janet Murphy, Doreen Mead, Kathy Nolan, Lillian Pandiscio. Row II:
Laurie Proulx, Debbie Emerson, Liz Nolan, Roberta Daelhausen, Kathy Fardy, Sue Moore, Chris Emerson, Kathy Penny, Kathy McHugh, Kathy Reily,
Managers — Betsy Hall, Claudia Rose.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Row I: Kneeling, Venus Sumner, Nancy Payne, Terry Dunn, Lisa Rily, Ginny BIssanti, Jennifer Sears, Leslie Schellhase, Cindy Wal-
cott, Suzanne Payne. Row II: Standing, Claudia Rose — Manager, Janet Flynn, Ann Brode, Judy Hennrikus, Carol Miller, Linda Null, Maureen Duris,
Mary Beth Lehan, Mary Donovan, Bonnie Comely, Barbara Haines, Nancy Sullivan, Nancy Whaley, Elen Penny, Patty Hansen, Linda Powerly, Mary
Muldoon, Ann Hamilton, Shelle Haid, Pam Porter, Kathy Dooley, Robin Cosmen, Mrs. Lavochkin — Coach, Betsy Hall — Manager.
VARSITY BASKETBALL: Row I:
Cathy Nolan, Michelle Trifiro,
Kathy McHugh, Lee Ann Work-
man, Kathy Morgan, Maggie Boa-
tright. Row II: Chris Emerson,
Kathy Fardy, Roberta Daelhausen,
Maureen McAuliffe, Kathy Penny,
Patti Gerlik, Mrs. Lavochkin.
ie/( to Riiiht. Row I. Judy
Hennrikus, Kathy Dooley,
Pam Pate, Laurie Proulx,
Doreen Mead. Row II.
Debbie Perry, Joanne
Curtis, Judt Hansen, Liz
Nolan, Leslie Lungrin,
Janet Flynn, Pattv H.insen,
Ellen Penny Jeniifet
Moore, Patty Contjonen,
Row I: Scott Weymouth — Captain, Emily Cohen, Todd Webber, David Underwood. Row II: Karl Smith, Greg Winter, Abby Hafer, Doug Coombs,
VARSITY: Row /; Rex Snider, Bill Hennrikus, Mike Ellas, Pete Traynor. Row II: Manager — Phil Maglione, Steve Campell, Chris Weaver, Gerry Mc-
Crath, Curt Cerdes, Lee Hobgood, Fred Michaud, Coach Keith Adams. Missing from photo — John Boone.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Row I: Sam Koraine, Chuck Bruha, John Diebold, Marty McDonald, Richy Mead. Row //: Tom Barnett, )ohn
Dooley, Mike Bonelli, Bob Newton, Mike Bruha, Coach John Reynolds.
Wow! An eighteen win five loss season . . Dual County
League Co-Champs Qualified for the State Tourney
Two tourney victories before being eliminated by
powerful North Andover The Boston Gardens
Mike Elias and Pete Traynor named as Dual County
League allstars . The greatest basketball team ever in
the history of Bedford High School . . What a team!
Row /: Coach Driscoll, Andy Proulx, John Haynes,
Jim Dinsmore, Brad Sturgeon, Bill Faucett, Dennis
Dinsmore co-captain, Kevin Mulcahy. Row II: Dave
Jellison, Tom Faucher, Bill Baker, Doug Barker, Steve
Ferri, Sue Wooten. Row ///; Steve Gaylor, Jim Har-
rington, Robert Robidoux, Craig Utiey, Bob Dunn,
Pam LaCombe, Susan Goldman. Row IV: Randy
Burmeister, Steve Ground, John Arms, Jim Brady,
Neil Hanson, Ken Bruner, Charlie Perry co-captain,
Howard Funkhauser. Missing from Photo: Doug
Blake, Marybeth Barck.
Row ;.• Dan Rothenberger, Brian Swallow — Captain. Row //. Lori Cinder, Mark English, John Ohison, Rick Burner, Bruce Drap-
er, A. Fletcher, Mark Torigian, Mark Repucci, Mr. Bovie — Coach.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Row /. Sue Wootton, Mary Beth Barck, Abigail
Hafer. Row II: Donna Faucher, Debbie Perry, Sue
Boissevain, Pam LaCombe. Missing From Photo:
Lori Brown, Sue Goldman.
GIRLS SPRING TRACK — 1973
Mary Beth Barck
Row I: Rick Miller, Alan Larsen, Bill Faucett, Mike Mancini, Dennis Dinsmore, Brad Stergen, Steve McMahon, Andy Proulx, Dan Rothenber-
ger. Row II: Mr. Powers, Doug Barker, Greg Sandy, Mike Kjeldgaard, Charlie Perry, Bruce Smith, Don Stowell, Mr. Milliken. Row ///. Jip In-
glis, Barry Norman, Robert Robidoux, Richard Burner, Mike Ary, Dave Thurlow, Phil Robidoux, Joe Stevens, Jim Coldie.
VARSITY: Row I: Jim Kirk, George Lynch, Mark Mathews, Paul Conely, Steve Maglione, Douglas Blake. Row II: Coach
Odams, Bill Allman, Chuck DePrist, John Jefferson, Alan Beauchesne, Ron Henningway. Row III: Craig Hollenbeck,
Dana Redmond, Tom Barnett, Dave Michaud.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Row /. Danny Linehan, Alex Monger, Todd Webber, Mike Herlihy, Bruce Taylor, Greg Rosinski.
Row //. Coach Petrillo, Barry Nawoichik, Dave Michaud, John Pray, Bill Kinney, Bill Seikman.
Row /; Lillian Pandiscio, Suzanne Boissevain, Emily Cohen, Valerie Beecy, Judy Evans. Row //. Patti Cerlick, Sue Hennrikus, Maureen
McAuliffe, Karen Willis, Pam Porter, Gail Breszeski.
Row I: Michelle Trifiro, Marie Earl, Cathy Martin, Anne Phelps, Kathy Fardy, Kathy Penny, Linda Rossi. Row //. Barbara Herlihy, Beverly Sel-
by, Barbara Barett, Sue Janek, Dotty O'Keefe, Laurie Proulx, Jody Walcott, Judy Church. Row III: Maggie Boatright, Berta Daelhausen, Chris
Emerson, Ann Penny, Michelle Griffin, Carol Sonstelie, Martha Miranda.
SWIMMING AND DIVING TEAM
Mr. Odams, Chris Martin, Mr.
Patuleia, Mrs. Lavochin, Kim Go-
lonka, Patty Keohan, Meghan
Row ;. Greg Winter, Laura Paradise, Todd Webber, Marie Earl, Phil Maglione, James Lousararian, Helen Adams, Claudia Abrahms, Debbie
Konkle. Row II: jon Hurd, Mr. Sabourin, Susanne Moore, Mrs. Kinney, Miss Connors, Mrs. Lemirise. Missing from Photo: Mr. Ambrose, Miss
Gallagher, Mr. McManus, Mr. Moss, Mrs. Pelligrini, Mr. Reynolds, Miss Kelliher.
Row /; Greg Winter, Cathy Stepchew, Mau-
reen McAuliffe. Row II: Jeanne Nindel, Valer-
ie Beecy, Joanne Henderson, Leslie Rimbach.
Row III: John Brown, Kathy Morgan, Sue
Hennrikus, Bill Collins. Row IV: Fred Mayer,
Ron Hemenway, Johnathan Hurd, Meghan
Brady. Advisors: Mr. Spinosa and Mr.
STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
I iiiiiiifc ill iriii I m wi^mimam^ m h imimk
Row I: George Hutchinson — President, Scott Weymouth — Vice President, Marie Earl — Secretary, Todd Webber — Treasurer.
Row //■ Jim Monahan, Laura Diebold, Bill Hennrikus. Row III: Pat Freeze, Joyce Cooper, Marc Theobold. Row IV: Paul Chappell,
Peg Flanagan, Cynthia McNeil. Row V. Brian Swallow, Sara Brown, Glynis Bean, Carol Perkins. Row Vl: Janet Walsh, Kathy Pen-
ny, Loretta Wehner. Row VII: Steve Claflin, Nick Vennucci. Advisor: Mr. Smith. Missing from Photo; Robin Goldman, Mary Har-
rington, Mike Lewis, Fred Miller, Bill Rhine, Steve Rohnberg.
MINI -COURSE COMMITTEE
Kathy Norkunas, Laura Paradise, Shirley Smith, Joyce Cooper, Greg Winter, Claudia Abrahms.
Blaze Winter, Doug Coombs, Suzanne Moore, Mr. Adams, Chris Weaver.
Row I: Chuck Bruha, Carol Dill — Editor, Erik Smith. Row //. Dylan Hamilton, Helen Adams, loan Schwelm. Row ///. Ann Eliingson, Dale Meyrick,
Robert Robidoux, Linda Chase. Row IV: Dianne Walters, Bob Schulte, George Hutchinson. Missing from Photo: Marco Alvarez, Karen Brenan, Kar-
en Davis, Mike Consalves, Debbie Harrington, Terri Harris, )anet Kenison, Fred Knect, Vicki Miller, John Rennie, Kurt Schwerin, Dennis Smith, Brad
Sturgeon, David Underwood, )udy Romano — co-editor, Maggie Quigley — co-editor, Mrs. Kinney, Advisor.
The function of the literary magazine is to provide a wider audience for student writing and promote better writing. It
is a continuing workshop period seven daily and after school weekly. Two issues of And Miles to Co appeared this
year. Next year the staff headed by editor Carol Dili, plans to publish one issue each term.
Row I: Richard Fryer, Jon Hurd, Brian Swallow, Steve Claflin. Row II: David Dalrymple, John Brown, John Haynes, Bill Kinney.
Row /; Leon L'Heureux, Paul Smith, Geoffery Smith, Jonathan Pul-
liam. Row II: John McMahon, James Shea, Mike Poston, Mike Flan-
agan. Row ///: Vance Myles, Erik Smith, Jeff Curran, Bill Harrison,
Row IV: Mike Consalves, Kim McDaniel, Erin Doherty. Missing
from Photo: Bill Cemmell, Tom McManus, David Greene, Doug
Dalrymple, Bill Waite.
"Through this shared experience we have learned the essence o.
life. And the beauty, love, and pure happiness we found in each
other and in those we met will never be forgotten." "Life is a cabaret
old chum, and I love the cabaret."
^f|M« - -- — -mm.
Row /. Bob Shulte, George Hutchinson — co-editor, Carl Fricks, Blaise Winter — co-editor. Row //. Dylan Hamilton,
Kathy Fardy, David Koester, Anne Gilbert. Row ///. )ohn Haynes, Phil Maglione, Richard Bruner, Richard Dodge. Row
/V. Michelle Trifiro, Steve Claflin, Bill Tomason, David Dalrymple. Missing fronn Photo: Jim Monahan, Kathy Brady,
BIG BROTHER AND
Dale Meyrick, Joan Schwelm, Sharon McKenna, Charleen Mead, KSthy Brady, Greg Winter, Sandy Wasson, Emily Cohen, David Koester. Missing
from Photo: Joyce Antle, Dylan Hamilton, Karen Brennan, Sally Spadaro, Carol Dill, Jane Timothy, Gail Collins.
Row /• jim Monahan, Marco Al-
varez, Ann Ellingson — Secretary,
Joyce Cooper — President. Row
II: Betsy Nickerson, Vicky Weisz,
Cindy Pickett, Abigal Hafer. Row
III: Sara Brown, Janet Mitchell,
Chris Wengler, Debbie Marshall.
Row IV: Carol Cooper, Kim Whit-
son, Lori Cullington, Ginny Mi-
chaud. Row V: Michelle Trifaro,
Kay Gurley, Sharon Webb, Mary
Muldoon. Row V/. Wendy La-
Vallee, Loretta Wehner, Donna
Dalrynnple. Missing from Photo:
Debbie Ackerman, Nancy Aker-
man, Karen Brennan, Sue Frost,
Gretchen Graeff, Naomi Hazhtc,
Ann Hamilton, Marth King,
Emery Nyilas, Nancy Pickett, Jim
Rice, Judy Romano, Stephanie
Sakowitz, Mrs. Kinney, Advisor.
The American Field Service is an international organiza-
tion which supports a student exchange program. Student
and adult groups in Bedford raise funds individually and
together to bring students from other countries and areas
of the United States, to Bedford. This year Marco Tulio
Alvarez from Guatemala is with us for the ten-months of
the school year. When we have to say goodbye in June,
we will only have to wait one month to be visited by forty-
three exchange students for a four-day "bus stop". Fund
raising events include submarine sandwiches for Bedford
Day, popcorn for football games, food for bake sales, the
spaghetti supper before town meetings. Social Activities
this year have included a halloween party, square dance
and bowling party.
Row I: Linda Chase, Joyce Cooper, Patty Keohan, Janet Mitchell.
Row //; Donna Dalrymple, Wendy LaVallee, joAnn Henderson.
Bill Collins. Row III: Sheila Corrigan, Carol Gilbert, Betsy Nicker-
son, Marco Alvarez. Row IV: Loretta Wehner, Martha King, Shar-
on Stidworthy, Anne Gilbert. Row V: Ron Sykes. Missing frorr
Photo: Anita Eskitgis, Denise Ezell, Mary Harrington, Lisa Harris,
Kim Kosking, Sue Keohan, Sharon McKenna, Bob Perry, Maggie
Quigley, Judy Romano.
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
Row /. Valerie Colliton, Jeanne Dion, Alysia Anthony, Caron Goller, Jackie Haines. Row //. John Brown, Richard Dodge, Bil
Kinney. Missing from Photo: Steve Grounds, David Alie.
Row / Leon L'Heureux, John Mema-
han, Paul Smith. Row II: Ceorffery
Smith, Jim Shea, John Brown, Phil
Maglione. Row III: Carol Gilbert, Kim
McDaniel, Gail Collins, Michael Flan-
agan. Row IV: Maryellen Bradford,
Sheila Corrigan, Amy Bohrod. Row V:
Martha King, Sue Mudgett, Mr. Case,
This was the year Santa Clause asked, "What does BHS want most for Christmas?" and the answer came back,
"Our own T.V. station!"
About 50 students showed initial interest, but it proved very hard to get started: the station was only one set with
a video-tape; the better of the school's two cameras was out for months undergoing repairs; four of the first sev-
en shooting days were cancelled by snow and other surprises; no student felt up to writing the scripts.
The first "broadcast" included slick sports analysis by Phil Maglione, and a view of the meteor Kahoutek by Jon
Hurd. Steve Graeter's "What's my Lie?" panel with an inaudible audio, and, an improvisation by Gail Collins,
Martha King, Chris Murphy and Marc Theobald.
The survival of the fledgling next seemed to depend mainly on the A-V crew, led by Jim Shea, as they set out to
video-tape the school around them with an imaginative flair. Jamie Bryan, Sheila Corrigan, Meg Simpson, and
others, also discovered the joys of doing zany "commercials" and other bits.
By Spring it seemed clear the station would continue to offer something for everyone: a chance to create or per-
form or to do technical work largely at one's own whim and convenience, and then see one's work as o-hers see
Row /; Ethel Sullivan, Mary Maskalenko, Jane Norton, Suzanne Reidy, Shelly Haid. Row II: Ka
en Smart, |ayne King, Sue Sullivan, Nancy Sullivan, Robin Jones, Jean Kinney, Linda Null. Ro
III: Kathy Hanley, Anne Sutherland, Emily Cohen.
Mark Whitson, Chris Martin, Lydia Krutchoff, Richard Fryer, Karen Davis.
ASSISTANT ART EDITOR
We would like to direct special thanks to Mr. Mietzner — Art
Advisor, and Mr. McCauley — Advisor, for their patience and
help on our yearbook.
LITERARY EDITOR — Sally Gilman
ASSISTANT LITERARY EDITOR
— Pam Sorembe
Josten's American Yearbook Company
— DeCruz Studios
Pages 1 and 40
Pages 43,44 and 47
Pages 48 and 62
Pages 115 and 192
TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS
Best Actress — Gail Collins
Best Actor — Chris Murphy and Vernon Ellis
Best Supporting Actress — Dianne Walters
Best Supporting Actor — Daniel Bonelli
Best Play — "The Game" — Juniors
UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE
Left to Right: Row 1: Betsy Hall,
Susan Jepsen, Diane Goss, Sue
Brown, Roberts Daelhousen, Tom
Jones, Margret Donigan, Gail
Dunhann, Sue Kelly, Elaine Kieffer.
Row 2; Jon Falabella, Gus Eliopou-
los, Mark Hoots, Nancy Fryer,
Carole Hinckley, Jonathan Hurd,
Susan Kattwinkel, Chris Ennerson,
Klaus Deutscher. Row 3: Kay Gur-
ley, Patty Keohan, Jon Hollen-
beck, Bill Harrison, Steve James,
C. Link, Jim Delfino, S. Howard,
Jean Kinney, Joyce Jones, Robin
Jones. Row 4: David Dalrymple,
Mark Hopkins, Nancy Hayes, Lou
Reed, Patti Geriek, Sally Good-
times, Susan Hennrikus, Sharon
Ferrero, Jean Ferrow. Row 5: Ziff
Hamilton, David Jonuskis, Scott
Hambomb, Ron Hemenway, Steve
Ferri, George Geran, Kurt Gerdes,
Dike Moren, Richard Dodge. Row
6. Shelee Haid, Jill Pervere, Jeff
Davis, Null Set, Richard Daley,
Left to Right: Row 1: Karen
Sutherland, Maureen Hanley,
Debby Zesley, Donna Duncan,
Elaine Kenney, Paula Crandell,
Lynn McGarry. Row 2. Karen
Beall, Robin Cosman, Jeff Har-
rington, Mark Mizzoni, Alvin
Alston, Roy Kok, Dan Welsh,
James Derleth, Peter Dilafer,
Jeff Harrison. Row 3: Dorreen
Tremblay, Sara Camet, Meg
Simpson, Sharyn McCafferu,
Marcia Koury, Christopher
Dawd, Geoffery Smith, Charles
Freni, James Harrington, Rob-
ert Masse, Alex Glatfelter.
Left to Right: Row 1: Cindy
Blackmer, Linda Spencer, Pam
Jauss, Barbara Tarello, Nancy
MacNeill, Susan Church, Nancy
Robidoux, Carl Giesy, John
Rennie. Row 2. Nancy O'Hara,
Leanne Schoorens, Lisa Riley,
Pam Pate, Francine Webb, Patty
Concannon, Giny Michaud,
Steve Gaylor. Row 3. Meg Be-
rube, Cindy Parker, Denise Sin-
otte, Danna Besse, Diane Dutile,
Ronald Hitchcock, Gerry Mc-
Crath. Row 4: Marianne Bonelli,
Cinny Bassanti, Jennifer Sears,
Carol Cooper, Debbie Di-
Clemente, Mike Kjeldgaard,
Tom McManus, John Marchesi-
ni. Row 5: Robert Addiss, Roy
Mathieu, Michael Flanagan, Jim
Brady, Leo Toule, Steve Morton.
Russ Brown, Ron Baiton, Dave
Bouse, Jonathan Arms.
Lett to Rifiihi: Row 1: Joanne Cur-
tis. Diane Massa, Debbie Rosato,
Naiicy Cunis, Diane Graser, Karen
Davis, Gretc'Hen Graeff, Carole
Gilbert, Cheryl Cox, Marsha
Director Row 2: Valerie Colliton,
Su'>ar.ne Boissevain, Cheryl Arsen-
ault, Beth Ayasse, Susan Wooiton,
Sharon Webb, Carol Collins, Mary
Ellen Bradford, Cathy Curwim,
Sharon Petersen, Richard Lombar-
di. Row 3. Susan Goldman, Kathy
Wassoi!, Mary Beth Saffan, Ad-
rienne Smith, Holli Rextord, Mark
Freeman, Ron Massa, Paul Bravei-
rnan, Doug Dairympie, John Dool-
ey. Row 4: Jim Lousaraian, Frank
Lentine, Dwayne Jacobs, Lee
F^abgood, Karl Smith, Danny Bou-
chard, Bill Lynch, Fred Munden,
Left to Right: Row 1: Steve
Edgar, Cathy Jaworski, Linda
Powderly, Julie Palmeri, Den-
ise Langis, Pamela FHunt, Jerry
Stone, Debbie Wilson, Jeni-
fer Moore. Row 2: Andria
Dillen, Doug Mee, Grant Jos-
lin, Christopher Martin,
James Rice, Craig LItley, Kar-
en Baker, Cathi Hickman,
Neil Hanson, John Martines.
Row 3. Mark Allen, Mark
Frohlich, Danny Neil, Mike
LaGasse, Diane Madden,
Doreen Dee, Wayne Pike,
Hal O'Connell, Leon Iveson,
Left to R/gh(; Row 7. Kim Rob-
erts, Judy Evans, Sharon Nelson,
Janice Courtoglous, Teresa
Peko, Ann Ellingson, Lisa Lord,
Jane Norton, Dan Keough, Jona-
than Pulliam, Brigitte Deutscher.
Row 2: Richard Burner, Peter
Brown, Gail Collins, Carol Mc-
Kenna, Paul Damon, Frank Aree,
James Hicky, Doug Hand, Linda
.MacDougall. Row 3. Louis Gen-
tile, Bill Rexford, Lou Griffin,
Beth Franken, Mary Donovan,
Liz Nolan, John Litchfield, Jeff
Luirt, Beth Agrilio, Debbie Fari-
nello. Row 4: Walter Siwarski,
Grant Marlowe, Bruce Campag-
na, Paul Tynan, John Bettis,
Debbie Yenulevich, Barbara
Smith, Colleen Traynor, Rob
I en !o liighl: Row f. Kathy
Dion, Barbara Haynes, Cathy
Cuthbpri, f'am I acombe, Ann
Hamilton, Michele Goguen,
t^aui Biimnann. Rom 2: Neiil joy,
Bob LeBlanc, Debbie Meloy,
Tc-r;y Veiniicci, Sob Warwick,
Bob Si=!iby, Mark Lawrence.
Left to Right: Row 7; Greg
Walters, Kathy O'Connell,
Amy Spadaro, Janet Flint,
Brenda Eunson. Row 2: Leslie
Colonero, Lynn Fitzgerald,
Debbie Pray, Nancy Smith, Kim
Malone, Debby Brigenheir,
Jeanette Crirender, Rene
Dean, Carole Geeks, Linda
Higson. Row 3: Ed Ryam, John
Ohison, Charles Weber, Billy
Thomason, Jim Tremblay, Bill
Hooper, Steve Mack, Brian
Murphy, Mollis Crump, Reggie
Baines, Lou Licciardi, Jerry
Left to Right: Row 1: Valerie Petricone,
Darlene DeOme, Sue Paolilii, Audrey
Maturo, Ethel Sull ivan, Janice Olson,
Ruth Poter, Marie Wetherbee, Lisa
Stone, Cathy D'Entrement. Row 2:
David Primmerman, Bob Etkin, Pat
Ringle, Desiree Loggins, Maryellen Ive-
son, John McMahon, Sandra Faria, Les-
lie Schellhase, Betsy Baker, Sharon Do-
herty. Row 3. Richard Vaccaro, Joseph
Lazillo, Wayne Mareivo, Milton Mof-
fett, Vicky Stevenson, Lagene Phillips,
Mike Satinos, Steve Etkin, Richard Mc-
Kenna, Randy Rudasill, Row 4. Celeste
Baxtrom, Debbie Ripley, Janet Walsh,
Lesley Hill, Gail Harvey, Paul Saunders,
Brian McDowell, Steven Turschman,
Bob Cashin, Martin Reiner. Row 5.
Mary Muldoon, Julie Patterson, Chris
Wogan, Cathy .McKay, Dennis Peder-
son, Carl Repucci, Karl Weinschank,
Michael Culigham, Larry Fine, Cindy
Hulbert. Row 6. Frank Evans, Bill Bar-
rett, John Benicek, Barry Huyher, Mac
Donald, Steff, Hurbie, M. Henriques,
Left to Rifiht: Row 1: Edward
McKenna, Krisfa Steen, Tammy
Johnston, Doreen Domanski,
Greg Cicca, Betty McKie, Lesley
Lundgren, Cindy Walcott, Jackie
Emery, Brenda Beecy. Row 2:
Edward MacDonald, Richard
Ozsvath, Richard Hooss, Scott
Hendrickson, Gob Mulligary,
Dennis Brady, John Diebold,
Scott Menzel, Robert Sykes, Sue
Kingston. Row 3: Richard Loner-
gan, Linda Berkebile, Amy Bax-
ter, Glenen Murphy, Dennis
Mareiro, Stephen Murray, David
Greene, Laura O'Brien, Kim
Blake, Denise Boudreau. Row 4:
Nancy Ackerman, JoAnn Di-
Orio, Dawn Blanton, Malcolm
Eaton, Paul Santos, Jim Woods,
Lynn Lasser, Joey Spreegre, Kar-
en CaristI, Peggy Gaylord. Row
5: Sheryl James Sumner, Venus
Perry, Keith Sanderson, Ronald
Brunson, Jimmy Teyter, Phil Jol-
tensen. Row 6; Kurt Suendsen,
Barry Ronahue, Chris Ferri, Jay
Curley, Jack Jayler, Douglas
Urquhart, Jerry Laughlin.
Left to Right: Row 1: Terry
Dean, Joe Each, Jon Vinje,
James Fox, Jammy Sumner,
Kathy Fox, Debbie Marshall,
Lou Longcoy, Julie Swanson.
Row 2: Jeff Hilker, Carol Mill-
er, Suzanne Beidy, Cece Jan-
sen, Bob D'Aurra, Steve Mi-
chaud, Beth Koester, Joyce
Barbagallo, Denise Ezell, D.
Gilsy. Row 3: Mike Faulkner,
Laurie Proulx, Laurel Ginder,
Keith Edwards, Dave Damery,
Deb Beamann, Joan Wehner,
Judy Baudanza, Ellen Penney,
ie^f to Right: Row 7. Sheryl
Madden, Sue Pascucci, Dale Fol-
ey, Jayne King, Wendy Meltz,
Lillian Pandiscio, Tom Lane, Kev-
in Colliton, John King, Debbie
Konkle. Row 2. Paul Lund, Barry
Mareiro, Tom Letendre, Kerry
McDaniel, Jeff Reardon, Alan
Larson, Sharon McKenna, Bill
Kinney, Diane Kucher. Row 3:
Row 3: Bill MacDonald, Martha
King, Etienne Lerch, Robert
Lowney, Bobby Newton, Bob
Patterson, Doug Lowe, Renie
O'Keefe, Debbie Gentile, Sue
LeBlanc. Row 4. Susan Mudgett,
Chris Murphy, Ray Pellitier, Jeff
Morse, Pat O'Conner, Barry
Nawovchik, Kathy Norkunas,
Mike Mercurio, Arty Mc-
Left to Right: Row 1: Lisa Cor-
lett, Debbie Reader, Cathy
Druan, Sandi Defoe, Amy Wood,
Sherri Gonsalues, Betsy Nicker-
son, David Ellis, Axel Vreuels,
Mark Trifiro. Row 2. Maureen
Duris, Judy Hansen, Vickie
Weisz, Dave Reav, Ross Hosking,
Paul Russo, Robert Schorsch,
David West, Donald Gragg. Row
3: Janis Falabella, Nancy Sullivan,
Dotty Sparks, Patti Reardon,
Kathy Mercurio, Joanne Jahn,
Lisa Gaylor, Kim Rosse, Margaret
Strobl. Row 4: Todd Murphy,
Douglas Schoorens, Kevin O'-
Connor, Maurice Lehmann,
Chuck Banett, Dave Kjeldgaard,
Dan Grahan, Dylan Thomas,
elt to Right: Row 1: Cathy
lanley, Pam Bonfield, Carole
oggins, Cindy Rosinski, Nancy
ickett, Laura Paradise, Marcia
lorris, Suzanne Frost. Row 2:
jsan Gellatly, Bill Baker, Da-
id Irwin, Kurt Reddman, Marc
lechta, Donald L'Heureux,
latthew Moeller, Robert
•unn, Charles Kaplan, Bruce
»raper. Row 3: Ann O'-
ionnell, Sherrel Bridge, Mar-
inne Sheehan, Elaine Flynn,
lede Boyce, Joanne Geary,
Dhn Doucet, Rick Coraine,
>ebbie Poston, Linda Palmer.
Left to Right: Row 7. Tina Bunk-
er, Karen Brennan, Alysia Ar-
thony, Cheryle Anderson, Kathy
Ahern, Rick Bruncer, Michael
Birgenheir, Mike Bonelli, Ste-
phen Barlow. Row 2. Gail Brzes-
ki, Janny Olsen, Ed Burri, Steve
Aho, Kathy Ackerman, Ray
Alves, Claudia Abrams, Laurie
Cullington, Chris Bowen. Row 3:
Steven Bradford, Bob Britt, Da-
vid Bloomquist, Doug Balker,
Ken Blomstidt, Peter Bond, Lin-
da Chase, Sue Callahan, Ann
Coyne. Row -f: John Brown, Ken
Arsenault, Tom Brady, Bob Bilaf-
er, Brett Angus, David Ansel,
Gail Connolly, Alanna Clare,
Cathie Church. Row 5 Doug
Coomes, Jeff Curran, Steve
Campbell, Rick Collins, Mike
Coughcin, Mark Culengv, John
i.en ;o Rii^ht: kov, 1: Michael Pos-
ter.. Snecloker, Bob Suther-
l.rvtl, David Schooiens, Don Simp-
son, Robert Robidoux, Gregg
Sandy, Roboit Pizzari, Lisa Senio.
Row 2: VViil Schuster, Greg V/in-
ter, Judy Romano, Joan Schwclm,
Richard Stowell, Bryan Sarnson,
Oonr.a Trembljy, Robin Pervere,
iane'i Smith. Row 3. Tom Lane,
Mark Sinotte, Schrooner, Jim
Vv'ieleb, E'he! Sullivan, Claudia
Ros«, Susan lepsen, Kathy Riley,
fiank Siiva, Paul Bunyan. Row 4:
Mickey White, Fred Morse, Judy
Nicholas, Mike Olson, )an Shee-
han, Kim Milligan, Bob Paterson,
Doug Thomas. Row 5. Lenny
Wadkins Skitch, Mark Whitaker,
Ann Sutherland, Pam McMahan,
Bill Siekman, Mike Conuley, Craig
Snider, Dent Sticliner, Vickie
Left to Right: Row 1: Erica Lerch,
Vicki Litchfield, Nancy Payne,
Terry Dunn, Shara Paul, Hilarie
Jutras, Lauren Binsack, Ginny
Federico, David Jellison, Karen
Bussey. Row 2: Jim Gold, Cathie
Michaud, Germaine Weaver,
Carolyn Dow, Elizabeth Narcisi,
Linda Kilpatrick, Bob Ayasse,
Bob Bearnan, Ellen McF4arg,
Nancy Wieler. Row 3: Erin Doh-
erty, Bobby Bradley, Janet Flynn,
Becky Konkle, Martin Klein,
Dave Kingman, Phil FHanson,
Fred Knecht, Mark Leonard.
Row 4: Debbie Reckhom, Linda
Null, Kitty Colwick, Barbara
Sparks, Paul Nindel, Steve Mich-
elson, Thomas Faucher, Des-
mond McConily, Steve Greieter.
Row 5: Phil Maglione, David
French, Brian Sutherland, Ricky
Lcri to kight: Row 7. Paula Dau-
cei, Patricia Russo, Kathy Dool-
ey, Aliison White, Bonnie Com •
ley', Airly Bouse, Jane rimathy,
james Shea, Kurt Schwerin,
Andy l-Ufcher. Row 2: Beth Ev-
er5, ken Buener, Stephanie Sat-
kiewifz, Kirri Whitson, |oy An-
drews, Cindy Skinner, lohn Dac-
ey, Randy Burnneister, Evererre
Beznize. Brian O'Donneil. Row
3. I.01J Eliopouios, Karen Furey,
Kathr/n Coules, Chuck Genetti,
Gai! Harvey, Cindy Pandiscio,
Kathy Masci, Doug Anthony,
Stevan Totigian. Row 4: Janet
Walsh, Janice Sollavin, Audrey
Maturo, Renie McShane, Gina
DeBerardis, Cindy Mahler, Bill
Reidy, Monty Brock, Mike
Left to Right: Row 1: Anne Mockapetris,
Maureen Foerst, Vicki Bullock, Rebecca
Cardinale, Karen Saise, Patricia Sandi-
ford, Kimlin McDaniel, Ellen Curley, Pat-
ty Hansen, Janice Letizi. Row 2. Mala
Powers, Patty Pickett, Cindy Marcus,
Judy Hennrikus, Mary Beth Lehan, Mike
Hester, H.H. Funklauser, Drake Camer-
on, Steven Orounel, Dennis Smith. Row
3: Karne Smart, Martha Ramsay, Loraine
Cushman, Karen Young, Cindy Samox,
Ann Brodo, Robert Clyde, Tom Ulrich,
Bob Schwelm, Bruce Colombo. Row 4:
Andrew Gates, Mike Nawoichik, Mike
Bruha, Sue Morin, Carol Twombly, Kip
Stembere, Mike Kean, Kevin O'Connell,
Dwane Toppit, Steve Alves. Row 5:
Myles Nance, Peter Jones, Marty Lawliss,
Butch Leavis, Howie Hoult, Eric Chan-
ney, Don Eunson, Scot Greenbaum, Dan
Harrison, Paul Rothenberger.
To The Class of 1974
As each year passes, those of us who watch graduating classes in
America are becoming more convinced that the future will be well
directed, productive, and replete with necessary solutions to the
complexities of the times.
In our times very few individuals enjoy the opportunity to affect per-
sonally the future; however, individuals working together in their
expression of community, local and national concerns are in a posi-
tion to influence the destiny of our nation.
Your school experiences have provided you with the skills to con-
tribute singly as well as to work cooperatively. Such individual ef-
forts, in concert with the energies of others, represent an approach
which I hope will be evident in your private and public lives.
Best wishes for success and personal satisfaction.
William F. Keough, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools
To The Class of 1974
Your career at Bedford High School is about to come to an end. This end,
however, does not signify the end of your education but rather the begin-
ning of perhaps the most difficult part of your education, the education of
life. It is our hope that we have, over the past four years, helped to prepare
you for this course, which all of you are required to take.
On behalf of the Bedford High School Community 1 wish you all, success
and happiness in your decisions for the future.
Thomas |. Duggan
Dean of Students
Mrs. Boireau — Main Office
Mrs. Lent — School Nurse Miss Gates — Language 147
Mrs. Baker — Home Economics
Mr. McCauley — English
Mr. Corliss — Business
Mrs. Apicella — Science
Mr. Gillis — Science
Guidance Office Secretaries
Mr. Palmer — Science
Mr, Adams — Physical Education
Mrs. Pate — Office
Mr. Pilla — Art
FORM IN TEAK INCORPORATED
Danish Modern Furniture
Bedford Cheese Shoppe
95 GREAT ROAD 275-7060
Be SAVINGS BANK
6 Convenient Offices
IN THE FUTURE
CAMUSO'S IGA FOODLINER
323 GREAT ROAD
325 GREAT ROAD
BEDFORD REAL ESTATE
BENJAMIN R. SEARS, Realtor
99 THE GREAT ROAD
Congratulations to the
Class of 73
HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON
BEDFORD CHEESE WINE
326 THE GREAT ROAD
& LIQUOR SHOPPE
WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE
Leading Makes of Appliances,
Television and Stereo
GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER
(The "One For Savings" Supermarket)
We're On Your Side
open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
CREWEL, NEEDLEPOINT, HOOK AND RYA
RUGS, CREWEL AND NEEDLEPOINT YARNS,
BLOCKING, MOUNTING, FRAMING
GREAT RD. SHOPPING CTR. BEDFORD,
]J. 1 HOUR CLEANERS
Div. of Fabric Care Center
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER
the DONOVAN COMPANY
Compliments to the
PENNELL & THOMPSON,
167 THE GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD
— Air Conditioned —
G. WILLIAM CLARK, JR., Director
Home of "Sleepy Bear"
When you need a spare bedroom
for that out of town guest, why not call
or Toll Free Reservations 800-255-3050
All Color T.V. — Direct Dial Phones
Heated Swimming Pool
TOYLAND & HOBBY CENTER
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER
NATIONAL RED CROSS
Always There With Your Help
MANOrS GIFT SHOPPE
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER
39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA
AT JUNCTION OF RT4S225
HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON
326 THE GREAT ROAD
Fresh Fish Daily
355 GREAT ROAD
'A'ALCOJl SALES AND SERVICE
Leading Makes of Appliances,
Television and Stereo
GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER
- BEST WISHES
^ TO THE CLASS OF "73"
^SUSS . HOLIDAY INN
^■-■■1 OF BURLINGTON
SAVINGS & LOAN
Our Business is SERVICE
Come in anytime for advice or
WHATEVER YOU DO, DO IT WELL
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF
PERFORMANCE MOTOR PARTS
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS
177 BEDFORD STREET
BURLINGTON, MASS. 01803
335 Great Road
We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces
363 E. Great Road
THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
BLUE RIBBON DAIRY
186 GREAT ROAD
"Milk From Selected Farms"
ERICB. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.5.
congratulations and best wishes
to the class of 1974
Dr. and Mrs. Eric B. Birmingham
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1974
125 MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE, BEDFORD
TRES CHERE POODLES
Expert All-Breed Grooming
Top Quality Registered Puppies
(Brown, Black, White, Silver)
"For Those Who Care, Call Tres Chere!"
MRS. BARBARA NIBLACK 617-275-1296
89 CONCORD ROAD (Rt. 62)
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
Best Wishes to
the Class of 1974
JOHNE. JAPP, M.D.
DR. & MRS,
TO THE CLASS OF
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
331 Great Road
the Automation Company
4 Prest Court
Bedford, Mass. 01730
Jack Flash Printing
! !9 Great Rd.
Bedford. Ma. 01730
the Class of 74
a good life.
nij^hes for future success.
In the kitchen, we're better known by the
companies we keep.
Our subsidiaries, Amana and Caloric, spe-
cialize in products that make life more com-
fortable, more convenient.
For instance, Amana Radarange® micro-
wave ovens that dramatically cut cooking
times. Freezers and refrigerators you never
have to defrost. Step-saving trash compactors.
Caloric ranges with self-cleaning ovens.
And throughout the home, Amana air con-
ditioners guietly create the perfect climate for
Quality products from guality companies.
Congratulations to the Class of 1974. Bedford Laboratories, Hartwell Road, Bedford. An Equal
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 74
EG&GJNC. CROSBY DRIVE, BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730
369-2080 ^^^^0 275-6858
SCOTT COMFORT SYSTEMS
CHAPIN, KIELEY& HOWE, INC.
199 GREAT ROAD
Complete Comfort Care
WARMEST REGARDS TO
THE CLASS OF
MICHAEL M. KOURY, D.M.D.
The Ultimate in Hair Design
By Appointment Call
6f 57 WISHIS TO THE
CLASS OF 1974
ATTY. & MRS.
ROBERT T. DUNN
Mon.-Sat. — 6:30 A.M. — 6:00 P.M.
Subs, Pizza & Fried Foods
BEDFORD SUNOCO &
BEST WISHES TO
180 GREAT ROAD
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
CAL BRAMMER Tel
THE CLASS OF
105 GREAT ROAD
SERVICE ON FOREIGN & AMERICAN
4R GARFIELD CIR.
^^|"| 119 THE GREAT ROAD
UH^ZI BEDFORD. MA G1730
COMPUTER AND 1 lU F R M AT 1 N SYSTEMS
BEDFORD WALLPAPER &
TO THE CLASS OF 1974
51 THE GREAT ROAD
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730
DICK HANSON REPAIRS
275-9873 341 GREAT RD.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1974
DR. AND MRS. EUGENE EAGLES, III
CLASS OF 1974
McDonald's is your kind of Place
MCDONALD'S of BEDFORD
346 Great Road
a registered bank holding company parent
Garden City Trust Company
University Trust Company
Local offices: Bedford 275-8550
Science Park 271-6000
15 DEANGELO DRIVE Member F.D.I.C.
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 :-